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ABC
Dec 8, 2013 9:00am PST
in santa cruz. merrill newman landed at sfo yesterday to plenty of fanfare. here is lisa amin gulezian with more. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: merrill newman held on to the ones he missed most while being detained in north korea. after traveling some 24 hours, he's finally back in the bay area. >> it's been a great homecoming. i'm tired, but ready to be with my family. >> the 85-year-old was a man of few words while at san francisco international airport. >> what's the first thing you are going to do when you make it back through your door? >> i think probably take my shoes off. >> after leaving sfo the newman family came here to their second home in santa cruz. it's a house they have owned for decades. once inside they have been relaxing and spending time together. this is a photo taken of merrill and his wife leigh having lunch. they aren't returning to their primary residence in palo alto, where yellow ribbons were tied by neighbors as a symbol of merrill's safe return. vice president joe biden had this to say. >> there is a piece of good news. the dprk today released someone
ABC
Dec 8, 2013 6:00am PST
.m. we will start off with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> another freezing cold morning until about 9:00 when the temperatures begin to come out of the 20s and 30s. so as we take you through the morning hours, we will be down into the mid-20s. that sun comes up at 7:13. we are in the upper 20s from novato, napa and santa rosa. san francisco at 39 right now. our coast in in the mid-30s. right through 7:00 very little change. by noontime low to mid-40s. by the afternoon maybe some areas could hit around 50, but overall once again we will be at least 10 degrees below average. just in the upper 40s today. less wind and a spare-the-air day this afternoon. we will look for a moderating trend coming into play as soon as tomorrow. katie. >> warming trend sounds good to me. thank you, lisa. meanwhile in the south bay officials are working to save lives as the temperature drops low enough to create life-threatening conditions. at least four deaths have occurred this week. but to get people off the streets and into shelters is making a difference. we report fr
ABC
Dec 8, 2013 5:00am PST
to plenty of fanfare. here is lisa amin gulezian with more. [applause] >> reporter: he held on to the ones he missed most while being detained in north korea. after traveling some 24 hours, he's finally back in the bay area. >> it's been a great homecoming. i'm tired, but ready to be with my family. >> the 85-year-old was a man of few words while at san francisco enter in the airport. >> what's the first thing you are going to do when you make it back through your door? >> i think probably take my shoes off. >> after leaving sfo the newman family came here to their second home in santa cruz. it's a house they have owned for decades. once inside they have been relaxing and spending time together. this is a photo taken of merrill and his wife leigh having lunch. they aren't returning to their house yety yellow ribbons were tied as a symbol for his safe return. vice president biden had this to say. >> there's a piece of good news. they never should have had it in the first place. >> the north korean government accused newman of committing war crimes and the media released this video of new mi
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2013 1:05pm EST
success stories is lisa floyd. she's a sales and service professional from hunting ton, west virginia. she spent the last 14 years working as director of volunteer services as a hospice, very hard work indeed, making sure the sick and elderly were able to die at peace and with dignity. she's a success story. lisa exhausted her state benefits without finding a job, but the extended benefits that we support and believe should be supported again help her keep her head above water long enough to find a new job without losing her job or going des tut. lisa, you're not invisible. you're important. we're glad you're here. >> good morning representativs.s >> good morning. >> we're here. >> thank you. thank you for having me here to share my story. my name is lisa floyd, and for nearly 14 years i've worked as director of volunteer services for an area non-profit hospice which serves both west virginia and ohio. i have worked my entire adult life having had three jobs my whole career, and i had never been as i lost my job, i immediately began my furious search for employment and began navigating the
SFGTV
Dec 8, 2013 10:30am PST
for administration and management. >> okay. thank you. lisa here from oewd. >> good morning supervisor farrell and supervisor mar. this is a resolution approving amendment to the san francisco tourism improvement district management district plan. this resolution is going to require monthly instead of quarterly assessment collection and distribution of funds by the office of the treasurer and tax collector. greg coto is here to speak more to this but the board of supervisors has adopted ordinance 203-13 that amends article six of the san francisco regulation code to authorize the office of the treasurer and tax collector of the city and county of san francisco to collect the city's transient tax on a monthly rather quarterly basis beginning effective january 1, 2014 so this resolution for the tourism improvement district will change the management plan to allow the tax collector to also collect the assessments for the tourism improvement district on a monthly basis and additionally the file 131128 will amend the plan for the moscone expansion district and allow for monthly collections and th
SFGTV
Dec 8, 2013 1:00pm PST
report. >> lisa got pee. directors office. we are very happy to see her today. we have some very good news on the personnel front, our well ness manager is starting on december 9th. her name is now stephanie fisher because she was married last week. she'll be starting december 9th as our wellness manager. we are interviewing the compliance manager and our service manager position closes on monday and we'll start interviews on that as well. we have hired an 1844 to work on our contracting team. actually for the first time in 3 years that i have been with health service system, we lost one of our 1210's to mta. one of our super star ben fits analyst. we'll surely miss her. moving on to operations for beginning of december has been delayed to mid-january because of the law library also went in on our building and pushed us back a month. we have a significant enrollment. i would like to ask our manager to give that presentation to you. >> mitchell gregs members service manager. the open enrollment summary is contained in the presentation just behind the directors report. for the sake of
SFGTV
Dec 8, 2013 2:30pm PST
, all right. item no. 9. >> the clerk: discussion item question the blue shield's calculation. >> lisa gut be. i'm going to accept set up the questions. one of our unions is looking at the rates and benefits process as the question of hsf regarding the rate setting process from the 2013 and he basically was asking about how was the pricing done and concern that maybe we overpriced 2013 and so i thought the best way to answer that question was how to actuary through the health service board address the question and -- kosher. >> okay. neale coacher, hue hewitt. you have in your packet 2013-2014 rating. i even have an executive summary. can you hear me okay ? the question relates to the way trends are applied to calculate 2013-2014 premium equivalence. in this presentation to analyze the use of the blue shield renewal presented at the health services board will be reviewed. i actually have that page as the very last page of this document. at that time, i don't mean to go all the way to the end. we pointed out the medical spin we projected for the earlier data in 2013 was determined to
SFGTV
Dec 8, 2013 1:30pm PST
the prior years that we are used to. i would like to make note that pamela and lisa's team did a great job in assisting us and helpful with the information that we needed in order to get the audit completed timely for the city. i will stand for any questions. >> mr. lynn? >> no question from me but i want to acknowledge the staff especially lisa and greg, the interim deputy for a clean audit. thank you. >> dr. dodd? >> would it have been easier if there was more transparency from our vendors? >> i probably couldn't say yes or no. but what i will tell you that it's difficult in any trust that changes from one plan year and to the fully funded to a flex fund. we had the same type of challenges we would have had doing the audit for any two of the significant transactions taking place. it is a learning experience not only for management but the third party vendors in the plan. the challenges we had is somewhat known and expected in what we can work through in the year. >> any other comments? thank you very much. >> thank you. >> now, i would like to go over the actual financial statements. j
NBC
Dec 8, 2013 5:30am PST
leaders. jennifer anastasoff is the founder and lisa gans is a recent fellow. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> why don't you tell us why you founded this and what you think it can do with the big problems we're facing like in detroit? >> government is rarely rewarded for innovation. businesses you are rewarded. fuse corps is bringing them in to invest. >> can you reward them? >> absolutely not. they don't look for it. there's a lot of people out there, many of them are probably watching now, who have a latent desire. they want to get out there and make a difference. they want to make a social change. they're willing to take a year, 12 months to be a senior advisor. we have a former executive for nokia. >> lisa you were a former corporate lawyer who worked in washington, d.c. with the neighborhood alliance. what are you doing now and what are the similarities and the differences? >> i did start as a litigate tor in new york and got into international development. with fuse corpsi spent a year in the dc promise neighborhood. i designed continuum of services. after a year of --
CNN
Dec 8, 2013 3:00pm PST
in modern history. lisa is digging up details on other bills that congress might consider. lisa? >> reporter: turns out most of very limited. in fact, nearly 20% deal with just a single piece of land or single area. one is called the freedom to fish act. that dealt with two dams in kentucky, the other one, a long one, minuteman missile boundary modification act. it adds a visitor's office and missile silo. how does this add? this is what speaker boehner said last week. >> the american people work hard and they expect their elected representatives to do the same. today the house has passed nearly 150 bills in congress that united states senate has failed to act on. >> so that's a bit of the blame game. we looked at those 1 a bills and it turns out that nearly a third of them went after obama care which of course is a nonstarter with democrats and on the other hand, senate has passed some bills like immigration reform that have crawled to a halt in the house. now congress has passed some major legislation. things like the violence against women act. overall, what is going on here is divided go
CBS
Dec 8, 2013 8:00am EST
researchers, dr. ellen lessic and dr. lisa spain, and cynthia wright, senior vice president for advocacy and policy for the juvenile diabetes research foundation. let's start by asking you all, type one diabetes, it is really a different disease from type two diabetes, isn't it? and how is it different? and how is it different for patients? >> well, type one diabetes is historically known as juvenile diabetes, but in truth, it can occur at a variety of ages, including adults. the main difference between type one and type two diabetes is type one diabetes is caused by an immune reaction that slowly
SFGTV
Dec 8, 2013 3:00pm PST
. preventative care includes dental. so i'm looking forward to work with lisa, the deputy director regarding looking into our dental plans and hopefully at least bring retirees up to what the active people are receiving and hopefully increase that for everybody. i was in europe earlier this year, i cracked a tooth. i went into a dentist in switzerland, he looked at it, checked it out and told me what to do and i went in for a price, don't worry about it. it's taken care of. almost every health plan in europe of the industrialized nations there include dental. if we want to make people healthier, we have to improve their dental. thank you. >> thank you. any other public comments. no comments? item no. 14. >> the clerk: item 14, action item vote on whether to hold closed session to discuss the members appeal has been canceled, so member account overpayment. president? >> all right. i will need a recommendation. >> i move we go into closed session to discuss the item referenced. >> second. >> okay. any public comment on this. all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> all those opposed? right. we'll
SFGTV
Dec 8, 2013 2:00pm PST
those records and went through each one of them and lisa and i went through how you used to have a pharmacist and nurse and said whether this is appropriate to have this many pneumonia aspirations etc because we understand what they mean and they could be in fact hospital induced. i believe last year that an reported out that every single one of the health cost claims, we pulled 17 of the 25 and reviewed them were legitimate high cost claims and not induced by the hospital. although we don't look at every single claim, we certainly look at the ones that would drive our claims experience in terms of rates. >> any other public comment? seeing none, i'm sorry. mr. scott? >> yes. i would, and i don't want this to be miss construed. i would ask for all interested parties in this process to recognize that this is a case that is being mixed. it is not in the oven yet. we need a little bit of latitude to fully and completely be responsive. i appreciate very much for your questions today, they are on point. these are precisely the lines of inquiry we are pursuing with kaiser, but we also
ABC
Dec 7, 2013 11:00pm PST
cruz. meryl newman landed at sfo to a lot of fanfare. here is abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian with the developing store. >> meryl newman held on tight to the ones he missed most after being detained in north korea. and after traveling some 24 hours he is finally back in the bay area. >> it has been a great homecoming and i am tired and i am i am ready to be with my family. >> he and a man of few words. >> what is the first thing you will do when you make it back to your door? >> probably take my shoes off. >> after leaving sfo, the newman family came to their second home in santa cruz. it is a house they owned for decades and once inside they have been relaxing and spending time together. >> this is a photo taken this afternoon. they are not returning just yet to their primary residents in palo alto. yellow ribbons were tied as a symbol of meryl's safe return. the vice president joe biden who is in south korea had this to say about the korean war veteran's released. >> there is a good piece of news. they released someone they should never have had in the first place. >> the no
Al Jazeera America
Dec 7, 2013 9:00pm EST
with big-name talent like snoop dogg. >> lisa is weldon's older sister. >> he's really into music. that was his world. >> but weldon angelos was a small-time dealer of marijuana in his home town. transactions that led him down to road to this place. where he's been incars rated for almost a decade. >> weldon angelos called and talked about what led him to prison. >> i was young, dumb. i needed guidance. it was a mistake. >> a mistake he's paying dearly for, and some argue way too dearly. >> one of my childhood acquaintance was arrested facing a substantial prison sentence. he worked as an informant, arranging for the sale of marijuana. >> weldon angelos sold his friend pot recorded by the fbi. a total value of over $1,000. the informant claimed he saw a gun in two of the transactions. a search of weldon's house turned up firearms - all legally owned. the law says possession of a gun during the drug crime adds to the offence. >> lawyer jerry mooney defended weldon angelos. >> it's a progressive statute. the first gets you five years. >> to be clear, did he ever use the gun, pull th
CNN
Dec 8, 2013 4:30am PST
no promises. nick received personalized cell therapy in may. for a month john and lisa watched over their son. >> do you remember that moment where she said, hey, this appears to be working. >> they came back and said we don't see it in the cells. i thought, this is definitely working. we're headed down the right path. >> reporter: exactly how it works is complicated but nick is good at explaining it. >> they took out t cells out of my body and engineered them to track down the cancer cells and kill them off? >> did they get him? >> i hope so. i'm feeling good now. i think they did pretty well. >> watch as this gray cancer killing cell on the left attacks the green cancer cell which gets smaller and eventually dies. doctors tried this in 59 patients, 25 are now cancer-free. >> our hopes are eventually he will be cured. he can put aside this and start moving forward. >> i just want him to be able to enjoy a normal kid's life. >> his biggest thing right now is he's looking forward to getting his learner's permit. >> soon, instead of playing with toy cars, john will get the chance to teach his s
CNN
Dec 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
. nick received the personalized cell therapy in may. for a month, john and lisa watched over their son. >> do you remember that moment when they said this appears to be working. >> they came back and said we don't see any leukemia cells and so that was the point of -- i think this is working. i think we're definitely headed down the right path. >> exactly how the treatment works is complicated, but nick is pretty good at explaining it, actually. >> they took out t-cells out of my body and then they engineered them to track down the cancer cells and kill them off. >> did they get them? >> i hope so. upon i'm feeling good now, so i think they did pretty well. >> watch as this gray cancer-killing zealot left attacks the green cancer cell which gets smaller and eventually dies. upon. >> doctors tried this in 59 patients. 25 are now cancer-free. >> our hopes are that eventually we'll, you know, he will be cured that he can kind of put aside this and start moving forward. >> i just want him to be able to enjoy a normal kid's life. >> his biggest thing right now is he is looking forward to ge
CNN
Dec 7, 2013 4:00pm PST
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CSPAN
Dec 8, 2013 3:10pm EST
thought i would have to sing it. but i did find a young intern at quicken loans named lisa. she said, i found out the truth about detroit. it's unstoppable. not because it's wealthy, powerful, and growing -- because it isn't -- detroit is unstoppable because the people here cannot be stopped. the citizens of this city are the light at the end of the tunnel. the one man left standing. the underdog who actually wins. they are optimism, promise, potential, and hope. optimism is bringing this city back. this city is isn't afraid of opportunity. it's not discouraged by its past. it's excited about its future. i just loved the way she put that. a young woman who really believes and is optimistic about detroit. detroit's future and lisa's future will not come from washington. the magic of motown is here in the city. it's not in some central planner's notebook. what detroit needs to thrive is not washington'sdom nearing hand but freedom from big government's mastry. to thrive, detroit needs less government and more freedom, less red tape, less punitive taxes, more money left in detroit. the ans
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